First information on Intel Cannonlake processors

First information on Intel Cannonlake processors

Recent news about Intel processors are all about Haswell and its successor – the 14 nm Broadwell processor, which is just around the corner. Even though things look rosy for the US chip maker the company has already started working on the successor of Broadwell – a mysterious CPU that will be known as Cannonlake.

The Cannonlake processor is expected to come to the market in 2016 at the earliest using a more advanced 10 nm production process. The chip will be accompanied by a special chipset codenamed Union Point but unfortunately it is not expected to bring advanced architecture changes at it will be just a die shrink of the 14 nm Broadwell chip. The new chip family will also include both mobile and desktop processors that will come to the market at the same time unlike Broadwell that will first debut with mobile chips.

There’s isn’t much more information when it comes to Cannonlake but there will surely be more when the new chip gets closer. So stay tuned to Hitechreview for more details.

Source: Wccftech.com

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